My seven year old love imaginative play still, she can spend hours playing pretend and be perfectly content. I recently found this great box subscription that features some great imaginative play accessories called Bramble Box. Each month your kiddo will get a box full of items they can use play pretend with. Each one follows a theme and contains games, crafts, a book, imaginative play items, and more. Check out our unboxing video of the Little Pumpkin Cafe Box:
Bramble box is a ton of fun. My little one had a blast playing with the items from the Little Pumpkin Cafe box. There was a fun book that taught all about he life cycle of a pumpkin and also included a fun laminated chart that they can use to test themselves about what they learned.
They included a bunch of items she could use to make a pretend coffee shop like cups, cup labels, menus (that she could customize), and even some items to make a pretend pumpkin and apple pie!
The pies were super cute. The pumpkin pie comes with a recipe and they use cotton balls and felt in a real pie tin to make a fun little pie. The apple pie was a little math game where they use the included pieces to count out the applies to put inside the tin. Really fun way to add some math to their play time.
Finally they included a really fun art project where they could use paint and water to make some beautiful leaves. They include everything you need to make the crafts. My daughter loves arts and crafts so this was perfect for her. They even include a card to give you some ideas on how to make fun projects out of the finished leaves.
My kiddo had a blast playing with her box. When she is done I store it all back in the box and put it on her book shelf. She can pull them off the shelf like activity boxes. Works out perfectly.
Bramble Box makes a great gift idea this holiday season. My kids love getting mail so box subscriptions are perfect for them, she gets so excited when she sees the box waiting on her and can’t wait to open it. You can sign them up for multiple months so they are getting a new gift every month and the gift last all year. If you live far away you can order it online and have it delivered every month to their door. It’s a great gift to introduce imaginative play, educational pieces, and creativity into their playtime .
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